The Tennessee Titans offensive and defensive lines performed well against the Buffalo Bills, but their running back still had to make yards after contact.
The Tennessee Titans faked a lateral on a kickoff return and threw one on a punt return, which brought to mind one of the most famous moments in franchise history.
Buffalo's four-game win streak was snapped with a 34-31 loss that included a dramatic finish on Monday Night Football.
A depleted defense and a diminished A.J. Brown had their best moments when it mattered most in Monday's victory over Buffalo.
Tennessee's defense held its ground at the start and at the finish. In between, there were a couple of long runs, only one of which counted.
The three-time Pro Bowl left tackle was being evaluated for a concussion after an early exit against the Buffalo Bills.
The first-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech sustained a knee injury in the second quarter of the Monday Night Football game against the Buffalo Bills.
The teams met each of the past three seasons, and Tennessee kept Buffalo's offense in check each time.
Tennessee (3-2) hosts Buffalo (4-1) in a Monday Night Football matchup at Nissan Stadium.
Safety Amani Hooker will be available to play Monday against the Buffalo Bills, but cornerback Kristian Fulton will miss at least three weeks.
The Tennessee Titans wide receiver had no issue with his hamstring injury during the practice week but now is battling an illness.
Second-year cornerback Kristian Fulton and rookie linebacker Monty Rice won't play against the Buffalo Bills.
A breakaway threat every time he takes a handoff, the Tennessee Titans running back has just two gains of 20-plus yards through five games.
The Tennessee Titans wide receiver has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury.
Starter Kristian Fulton has missed two straight days of practice, which means the first-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech could get his first extended look.
There was a limit to how much A.J. Brown could play Sunday at Jacksonville, and the same could be true for others Monday against Buffalo.
A hamstring injury kept the Pro Bowl wide receiver out of action in practices and games for the past two weeks.
The Tennessee native says he kept an eye on the team that selected him in the 2014 NFL Draft and with which he spent his first four seasons.
The two-time NFL rushing champion is well ahead of record pace for carries and touches.